This November will see the launch of the first awards event by The Liquid Roofing and Waterproofing Association. To be held in Manchester at the Hotel Football, Old Trafford, the LRWA awards will invite its members to take part (and attend the Gala Dinner).
Award categories for the event will include:
- Liquid Roofing Project of the Year over 1,000m2
- Liquid Roofing Project of the Year under 1,000m2
- Liquid Waterproofing Project of the Year – recognising the diversity of liquid waterproofing with applications such as podium decks, car parks and balconies
- Trainer of the Year
- Student of the Year
- Special Contribution to the Liquid Roofing and Waterproofing Industry – Recognition for an individual or company
Find out more about how to enter, or how to attend here.
Liquid roofing and waterproofing is a part of one of the fastest-growing sectors of the roofing industry, and offers a revolutionary method of waterproofing that joins EPDM membrane as a viable alternative to outdated felt roofing.
The awards event invites members to join them in the recognition of this, in addition to the quality and professionalism of sector businesses.
New Liquid Roofing and Waterproofing Association CEO to lead event
Sarah Spink (MIoR) has been recently appointed as CEO of the LRWA, and she is delighted to be leading the event. She said, ‘We are absolutely delighted to be hosting the first LRWA Awards & Gala Dinner in what is set to be an absolutely fantastic day.’
The LRWA is dedicated to training within the industry, and have introduced award categories to cement and encourage training and learning with the ‘Trainer of the Year’ and ‘Student of the Year’ categories. This comes at a time when the construction industry supports the entry of the next generation of its professionals, due to a severe shortage of sector workers.
Ms Spink continued, ‘The event will not only help raise the profile of liquid waterproofing, but celebrate the achievements of flat roofing contractors, liquid manufacturers, suppliers to the market and those training to become part of the industry. It’s important we recognise their hard work, commitment and success in a place where we can all come together, network, and have a good time.’